Johnson & Johnson Recalls HIV Drug After Finding Smelly Chemical

Published: May 12, 2011

Johnson & Johnson's manufacturing-quality lapses continued, with the company's recall of at least 11,700 bottles of HIV/AIDS drug Prezista in several countries, after discovering trace amounts of a chemical emitting offensive odors.

J&J said Wednesday it had received four consumer reports of musty or moldy odors, and it found the chemical in five batches of products sold in the U.K., Ireland, Germany, Austria and Canada.

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